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Latin American Paleo Cooking: Over 80 Traditional Recipes Made Grain and Gluten Free Paperback – August 22, 2017
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“Amanda is a genius in the kitchen! Her knack at re-creating traditional Latin American recipes that taste like the real deal yet without the grains, dairy and legumes will make this book an earmarked, food-splattered favorite in your cookbook collection.”
―Kelly Bejelly, author of Paleo Eats
“I truly don’t have words to express how excited I am about this book. This is my absolute favorite kind of cuisine, and now I can make it at home while keeping it authentic AND healthy! I’ve been waiting for this book!”
―Liz Wolfe, NTP, author of Eat The Yolks
“As someone who has always felt intimidated by authentic Latin cuisine (and has multiple dietary restrictions), Amanda’s book is the perfect addition to my kitchen. Her fun, easy-to-follow recipes now have me making flavorful meals that I would have never had the confidence to attempt on my own.”
―Jessica Espinoza, Certified Mind Body Nutrition Coach and founder of Delicious Obsessions
About the Author
Amanda Torres, founder of the food and health website The Curious Coconut, has achieved life-changing results from adopting a Paleo diet. She has been featured in Redbook, The Huffington Post, First for Women, Mark’s Daily Apple and others. She lives in Memphis, Tennessee.
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This book is a dream come true. Almost all of the recipes can be modified to comply with the AIP (Autoimmune Paleo) protocol.
Tonight we made the pupusas & curtido with the AIP modifications. They were amazing. We ate them all!
I wish I could really put into words how much this cookbook means to me. This book talks about how when a person goes Paleo(or AIP), it's often isolating because they can't share the foods of their culture with their families. So even though they're getting relief from symptoms, they can still be suffering when it comes to family life.
It's almost impossible to let my Guatemalan mother-in-law cook for us because we can't eat most of the things she makes. It's hard to turn her down, because like most Latino moms, food=love. With these recipes, we can share with her the modifications and she can share her love again.
We are going to try to made as many of the recipes as we can! The pictures are beautiful and the instructions are clear and easy to follow.
Highly recommend this book, no regrets for this impulse purchase.
EDIT: We have since made the pandebono Colombian bread recipe. This recipe uses the dairy-free "queso blanco" that other reviewers are raving about.
The pandebono is SO good.
It's great that the book features recipes from South American countries like Colombia, because I wouldn't know how to make them AIP compliant on my own. Pumpkin puree is magic, y'all!